Breakfast Club July – Holiday!

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Breakfast Club: Because breakfast should be more interesting
than tea & toast or coffee & cereal!

Breakfast Club for July is ready to go – and the theme is holiday!

Use you imagination here for example special breakfast and brunch treats, things you eat when away, or breakfasts inspired by or made with ingredients you have bought when away!

The usual (very few) rules apply…

Holiday Breakfasts for July!

  • Mention Breakfast Club in your post and use the logo
  • Add your entry to the linkie below
  • Link to this post and the Breakfast Club page
  • You are welcome to send in old recipes, but please add the information above and republish
  • Entries can be sent to other events, but please respect their rules
  • If you tweet please tweet using #blogbreakfastclub and mention me @fussfreeflavour
  • Deadline 31 July 2012

Meanwhile I shall be busy (finally) putting the Fairtrade round up together.

Many thanks to Monica for hosting last month – I shall add a link in the to round up as soon as it goes live. If you would like to host then please e-mail me. I have lost the hosting list so if you have been forgotton then please nudge me! helen at fussfreeflavours dot com.

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About Helen

Helen Best-Shaw is a freelance food & writer, photographer who has been writing about achievable, affordable and mostly healthy food on Fuss Free Flavours since 2007. She also contributes articles, recipes and photos to a number of online and print food magazines. Please do contact me if you would like to discuss commissioning work.

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Comments

  1. Love this challenge, hoping to link up something Welsh as that’s where we usally go on holiday to! Mmn although I could do French or maybe Polish!

  2. How very pertinent with the long weekend. Bring on the special breakfast! :)

  3. We went to India on holiday last year and had some amazing idli for breakfast. Then again I also lived the Ful we had in Egypt. Hmmmmm

  4. I just shared a breakfast that always makes me think of holidays growing up. And…um…good thing I went back and read through the description, because I almost made a breakfast that reminded me of the term holiday in the US (easter, christmas, 4th of july, etc…) as opposed to the term holiday (vacation). Doh! That’s my American showing ;P

  5. Done, done, DONE!!!

  6. Porridge – Plain and Simple – ………So on a trip to the UK a couple of years ago we finished off the holiday with a trip to Edinburgh Scotland and stayed at Dalhousie Castle. The usual hot and cold breakfasts were available, but also there was haggis, black pudding and good old porridge. How could I resist the porridge – when in Rome and all that…….I was not disappointed it was perfect.

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